ONLINE dating can turn bizarre very quickly.
Not only do people seem to be more comfortable behind the screen, but some of them do very unexpected things to stand out.
Elizabeth Rowlands showed how she matched with a man on dating app Hinge, who then sent her an application to fill out before they'd had a conversation.
She replied to his message saying: “It is you who should be filling out an application to speak with me, sir.”
In the application, the preliminary questions were straightforward: her name, her relationship status, and her employment status.
A few were more open-ended, like “Tell me about yourself.”
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One multiple-choice question asked matches if they had a dog, with the options being: “Yes,” “No,” and “No, but I have access to my friends’ dogs.”
Afterward, the questions got more niche and hilarious.
One asked: “Which Lord Of The Rings Movie (in your opinion) is the best one?”
Another wondered: “What’s your favorite Justin Bieber song and why isn’t it Sorry?”
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A third tested applicants: “What movie or TV character do you identify with the most? -100,000 points if you say someone from Friends and I’ll probably un-match you.”
The next one challenged their smarts: “What is the blockchain?”
And another wanted applicants to share something about themselves: “Any special skills?”
Before asking applicants if there was “anything else” they’d like to add, he asked them how they felt after filling out the questionnaire.
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The multiple-choice answers included: “This was sort of fun;” “These questions have not adequately summed up who I am as a person and I’d like to share more;” “What a waste of time, I don’t even like you;” “Who sends their matches an application form?”
The final choice, however, was perhaps the best one: “I was sitting at home watching Love Island with a glass of wine in my pj’s complaining about why I’m single so I had nothing else to do.”
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